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is not the only one. an unbelievable ten states and 51 cities have signed some version of this practice into law. it's got a lot of people fired up. so, of course, it is today's money talk. joining us now, not submitting to a background check, by the way, susan sullivan, bill farmkin and dennis kneale. you're mad about this? >> you know what? this is now the new politically correct, wonderful cause of liberals everywhere, let's pass an actual law telling companies that they're not allowed to ask applicants at first glance, hey, you've been arrested or convicted of a crime. i say why don't you let companies figure that out instead of dictating to them, and our federal eeoc is at the forefront of that. it sued bmw and dollar general because they use screening programs. while the intent is not racist, if the impact is racist, well, then, by golly, your policies are illegal. melissa: okay, let him have it. >> no one would ever accuse me of being a liberal, trust me. but did you know that one out of four american adults have either an arrest record or a conviction? so you are just -- melissa: so what
, not stake, not that quality, but the law requires that everyone have a one-size-fits-all government designed benefit package. all ten categories in it. so the 50-year-old couple has to pay for maternity care. the straight arrow, he has to pay for in-patient sensitive treatment. john: he wants everyone to be protected. >> the assumption is that we are too stupid to choose our own health insurance. that is why right now millions of people who are promised they could keep their health plan up are being herded out of the plans. you can almost hear the whip cracking. john: it includes all this stuff >> oh, yes. suddenly the washington bureaucrats have changed the promise. it is not you can keep your plan if you like it. it is, you had a plan that was a scam. you were too stupid to know it. now we are giving you the package that we know is right. john: which costs a lot more. >> of course it does. it includes all of these things you don't need, but they want you to have it, not because you will use the services, because you're going to put your money in there so that they can spend your money taki
to the new law. but that didn't mean that the administration couldn't have successfully grandfathered these in. the reason that they put it in such a flat way, with the word, period, nobody will change your plan, period, was that they feared that if they added the caveat that is eyeing gore rightly says they wouldn't sell the program. this passed by the skin of its teeth. every single vote was deciding vote. they just couldn't say the truth, i think and pass it. melissa: igor, if you told people what it would really cost them and meant to their money, a lot of us at the time, if you can do math you can see it just doesn't work out. you can't add these many people to the roles especially people who don't have insurance it is too expensive. they have preexisting conditions. put them on for very little money everyone's else's insurance will go way up. if you're honest about the math and money wouldn't have been able to sell it, right. >> the honest answer about the money for most people in the individual market they're going to go into these exchanges and qualify for subsidies, so they'r
. no link. an increase in childhood in elegies. illinois is one of the state's they already passed laws. washington state could make a difference. quite possibly they will see the evergreen state blaze the trail into labeling these food products. melissa: a lot of questions because people are watching this. what percentage of food is genetically modified? i am betting is higher than people think. >> above 70 percent of the food has been modified. this is not anything new. it has taken place for a long time. it did not look like an ear of corn did win programs to move from the mayflower. melissa: some people say there have not been any testing has there been a lot of testing? >> they did approve it and there has been a great deal of testing. there a proponent of the labeling what if 30 years down the road we find out that there was a problem. at least if they're is a label you have a better chance of being able to cause whatever disorder may come down the road. melissa: like a counterfactual. final question, what is the bottom line in terms of the cost. if the labeling duster as anyone c
length of six stubblield with warehouse as a law of the way. a half tons of marijuana and 327 pounds of cocaine were seized in connection with the discovery. in norway only the most boring television on the planet to nights. the public broadcasters is showing 12 continuous hours of inditing for the programming includes in bidding at cover for earthy harley-davidson then to share the sheep then make the socks hall much we pay toatch that? one of the most wonderful time of the year. , although a little too early yesterday and how we i was trying to buy how levine candy was christmas candy on halloween. major retailers are kicking off the deals. are we skipping over thanksgiving dozenth the day of things deserve some love? up next what is the deal? what happened? >> it is christmas already. because the retailers use the of marketing vehicle for holiday as a way get the product out of the store. melissa: nothing for thanksgiving? day you hate thanksgiving? >> it is all wholly american universally wal-mart, toys r us, a target, all have deals today and they have been increasing their mar
it period. here was her response. >> during, before, during and after the law was passed the president kept saying if you leak your health care plan you can keep it. so is keeping his promise? >> yes, he is. if a person had a policy in place in march of 2010 like that policy and insurance company made no changes to disadvantage the consumer, those policies are in place, you keep your plan, you like it and that goes on. melissa: how did you feel about that? >> this is just ridiculous. as i told the secretary, i said, wait a minute. you know some people want to drive a ford. some a ferrari and some want to drink chardonnay from a crystal stem and others want a beer out after red cup. this is about choices. and what they are doing is completely removing choice for the american people. and saying, we, the bureaucrats in the federal government do not want you to have what you like. you're growing to be able to get what we like and we want you to have. so this line that the president has continued to use about, if you like your health insurance you can keep it, is false. melissa: yeah. >> it is f
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